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Syttende Mai Schedule of Activities for 2015
Events Schedule


Syttende Mai - The weekend when everyone claims to be Norwegian!

Brochures, Buttons, and Coins are available at the Stoughton Chamber, 532 E. Main Street, and at many local businesses.

FRIDAY May 15, 2015

9am – 4pm      Rosemaling Exhibit and Sale, Fire Station Training Room (H)

9am – 4pm      Hardanger Embroidery Exhibit and Demonstration, Administration Building (Y)

                        NEW LOCATION!

9am – 4pm      Quilt Show, Administration Building (Y) NEW LOCATION!

10am – 6pm    Scandinavian Jewelry and Sweater Trunk Show, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

1 – 3pm           Rosemaling Demonstration, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

1 – 5pm           Stoughton Historical Museum – “Syttende Mai Memorabilia” (B)

1 - 7pm            Arbor Day Chain Saw Carving Event, 515 S. 4th Street

2pm – 9pm      Festival Tent – Division Street (D)

2pm                 Fox Prairie 3rd Grade Norwegian Program, 1601 W. South St.

6pm                 Opening Ceremonies, Festival Tent (D)

6pm                 Viking Duck Race, Division Street Park, (R)

6:30pm            Canoe Race Start, Yahara River

6:30pm            Stoughton City Band Concert, Division Street Park (R)

7pm                 Canoe Race Portage, Division Street Park (R)

7pm                 Stoughton Village Players, “The Dunce and Future King” (E)

7-9pm              The Manglers perform! Festival Tent Stage, Division Street, (D)

7 – 10pm         Street Dance, new location Jefferson Street (X)

8:30pm            Stoughton Village Players, “The Dunce and Future King” (E)

 

SATURDAY May 16, 2015

6am                 Syttende Mai 17 Mile Walk Start – Finish at Mandt Park (J)

7:30am            Syttende Mai 20 Mile Run Start– Finish at Mandt Park (J)

8am                 Syttende Mai 10 Mile Run Start– Finish at Mandt Park (J)

8am                 Lil’ Syttende Mai Community Run, Fox Prairie School, 1601 W. South

8am – 9pm      Festival Tent, Division Street (D)

8am – 9pm      Geocaching Hunt start information, Festival Tent (D)

9am – 6pm      Shuttle Bus Parking, Stoughton High School (V).

9am – 6pm      Scandinavian Jewelry and Sweater Trunk Show, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

9am – 4pm      Rosemaling Exhibit and Sale, Fire Station Training Room (H)

9am – 5pm      Arts & Crafts Fair, River Bluff Campus (N)

9am – 5pm      Hardanger Embroidery Exhibit and Demonstration, Administration Building (Y)

                        NEW LOCATION!

9am – 5pm      Quilt Show, Administration Building (Y) NEW LOCATION!

9am – 5pm      Arbor Day Chain Saw Carving Event, 515 S. 4th Street

9am – 4pm      Opera House Open for Tours (except during performances) (G)

9am - 11am     Buhund Dogs, River Bluff Grounds (N)

9am-12noon    Wood Carving Demonstration, McFarland State Bank, 207 S. Forrest St.

10am – 12pm  Stoughton Depot Antiques Open House, 532 E. Main St. (M)

10am – 1pm    Hardanger Fiddle Exhibit and Demonstration, Festival Tent (D) NEW LOCATION

10am – 3pm    Syttende Mai Cookout, Yahara Grocery Cooperative, 229 E. Main Street

10am – 5pm    Stoughton Historical Museum - “Syttende Mai Memorabilia” (B)

10am – 6pm    Face Painting, Next Generation, 161 E. Main Street

10am - 7pm     Norwegian Woodcarving Demonstrations, Water and Main Street

10:30am          Concert of Norwegian Music, Stoughton Opera House (G)

11am               Saw Playing by Percy Gyland, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

11:30am          Edvard Grieg Chorus, Stoughton Opera House (G)

12pm-10pm     Beer Garden (beer sales until 9pm), Uniroyal Parking Lot (X)

12pm-2pm       Fab Lab Open House, Stoughton High School, (V)

1pm                 Saw Playing by Percy Gyland, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

1pm – 3pm      Sweet Potato Lefse Sampling, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

1pm                 Children’s Parade, Main Street (T to J)

2pm                 Norwegian Dancer Street Performance, Division Street (D)

2pm                 Norwegian Heritage Center Grand Opening (Z)

2pm                 Hardanger Fiddle Playing by Sid Boersma, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

2pm – 4pm      Buhund Dogs, River Bluff Grounds (N)

2:30pm-6pm    Norwegian Heritage Center Tours (Z)

2:30pm            Norse Costume Style Show, First Lutheran Church (P)

2:30pm            Stoughton Village Players, “The Dunce and Future King” (E)

3pm                 Viking Games Strongman Competition, Kegonsa Plaza Parking Lot (X)

3pm                 Saw Playing by Percy Gyland, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

4pm                 Hardanger Fiddle Playing by Sid Boersma, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

4pm                 Stoughton Village Players, “The Dunce and Future King” (E)

3:45pm            Norwegian Dancer Performance, Community Building (O)

5:30pm            Norwegian Dancer & Alumni Performance, Community Building (O)

5pm                 8th Grade Orchestra performs Norwegian Music, Festival Tent (D)

6pm                 Bingo, Sons of Norway Mandt Lodge, 317 S. Page St. (C)

7pm                 Cherry Pie Concert, Mandt Park (J)

7pm                 Stoughton Village Players, “The Dunce and Future King” (E)

7-9pm              The Ryan McGrath Band Performs! Festival Tent Stage, Division Street, (D)

 

SUNDAY May 17, 2015

9am – 12pm    Rosemaling Exhibit and Sale, Fire Station Training Room (H)

9am – 12pm    Hardanger Embroidery Exhibit and Demonstration, Administration Building (Y)

                        NEW LOCATION!

9am – 12pm    Quilt Show, Administration Building (Y) NEW LOCATION!

9am – 2pm      Arts & Crafts Fair, River Bluff campus (N)

9am – 4pm      Shuttle Bus Parking, Stoughton High School, (V)

9am – 4pm      Fjord Horses, River Bluff Grounds (N)

9:30am – 4pm Festival Tent – Division Street (D)

9:30am – 4pm Geocaching Hunt start information, Festival Tent (D)

10:30am – 2pmFace Painting, Next Generation, 161 E. Main Street

10am-1pm       Norwegian Heritage Center Tours (Z)

10:30am          Norwegian Church Service, Christ Lutheran Church, 700 Cty Hwy B

11am – 1pm    Stoughton Historical Museum - “Syttende Mai Memorabilia” (B)

11am – 1pm    Sweet Potato Lefse Sampling, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

11am – 2pm    Syttende Mai Cookout, Yahara Grocery Cooperative, 229 E. Main Street

11am – 4pm    Scandinavian Jewelry and Sweater Trunk Show, Nordic Nook, 176 W. Main Street

12pm-1:15pm  50/50 Raffle at Parade

1:30pm            Norwegian Parade, Main St. (J to W)

3 -5pm             Stoughton Historical Museum - “Syttende Mai Memorabilia” (B)

3:45pm            Norwegian Dancer Performance, Community Building (O)

See you in Stoughton!

 

 

 

 

 



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